FTR 1 This interview gives an overview of the HAARP system (High Altitude Auroral Research Project.) In the book Angels Don't Play This HAARP (co-authored with Jeane Manning), Dr. Begich describes the historical development and projected functioning of this weapons system. Envisioned as a "Revolution in Military Affairs," this Alaska-based installation should serve as a sophisticated reconnaissance device, a missile detection and defense system, a weather modification device, a... Topics: HAARP, WMD, USAF
About the Air Forces Thunderbirds. Shows them boarding the jets and some of the maneuvers. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: usaf, thunderbirds, jets
DELIVERY OF ATLAS BASES TO SAC, FIRST SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OF ATLAS E ICBM (ARDC INPUT FOR MARCH 1961), 03/196 ARC Identifier 68185 / Local Identifier 342-USAF-29717 http://research.archives.gov/description/68185 Silent footage of Missile manufacture and launch facilities Topics: Atlas, missile, USAF, SAC, Vandenberg
Department of the Air Force New Dimension in Weapon System Design AVA18076VNB1, 1994? The commanders of AFSC, AFLC and USAFE relate the importance of supported weapon systems and its importance to warfighting. Examples of new techniques (AF/WAL) are used to show how they can be used in design. Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Series Resistive Circuits - Troubleshooting AVA13995VNB1, 1952? Discusses the process of locating faults or troubles in a circuit. Shows how opens are located by use of a voltmeter and ohmmeter, and emphasizes the symptoms. Discusses shorts, points out the symptoms, and demonstrates the procedure for locating shorts. Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Current AVA09037VNB1, TVK 30-101F Demonstrations are used to present current as a movement of electrons, to establish requirement for current, and to relate direction of electron flow to voltage. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Flight Safety and Crash Survival with BG William Spruance (Retired) AVA20883VNB1, October 1998 This program is an aircraft crash survival presentation, by BG William Spruance (Retired), who survived a jet fighter crash and underwent numerous life threatening surgeries. He has lived a great portion of his life encouraging others to 'think safety.' Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Characteristics of Crystals AVA07553VNB1, 1964 Studies frequency stability and the use of the crystal controlled oscillator in obtaining stability. Describes the piezoelectric effect of crystals by type and the relationship between crystal thickness and frequency. Shows various crystal cuts. Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Ecstasy: Is it Really the Dream Drug AVA21074VNB1, November 2000 This videotape presents the drug awareness and education program regarding information on methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA). This program dramatizes the devastating effects of drug use. Ecstasy is routinely found in pill form Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force There Is a Way (Revised) AVA04597VNB1, 1997 The video portrays the life of F-105 pilots who daily fight the air war in Southeast Asia. It pictures their hazardous missions against determined enemy forces in the north, while pilots and crews talk about the job they are doing. Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Bacterial Threat Anthrax: Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties AVA20995VNB1, March 2000 Identify the characteristics of the Anthrax Organism that make it potentially a good Biological Weapon. Recognize the signs and symptoms of Cutaneous and Inhalation Anthrax. Identify the most likely casualty level associated with an aerosol attack with Anthrax. Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Tuskegee Airman Tribute AVA19065VNB1, 1990 The video informs members of the Air Force of the achievements and contributions of the Tuskegee Airmen on a recurring basis. A historical summary of the 'Tuskegee Experiment' during World War II. Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Department of the Air Force Cycle Logic, Cycle Safety AVA12926VNB1, TF 5990, 1967 This program demonstrates the safe operation and handling of motorcycles. It shows how to start, clutch, brake, and accelerate. It explains anticipation riding in entering intersections, taking curves, changing lanes, keeping safe distances and avoiding wrecking too often. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: usaf.mil, public.resource.org
Former Air Force sergeant and co-author of the original story for the major motion picture, Good Morning, Vietnam! Adrian Cronauer discusses his work with the Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office. This Wings & Things Guest Lecture took place on Sept. 16, 2008. Topics: USAF, United States Air Force, History, Military
Excerpts from a Watergate Amphitheater performance by the USAF Band, Washington DC. Produced by WAMU-FM during first year of the stations broadcasting on FM dial. Topics: USAF Band, WAMU-FM, Watergate Concert
An US Air Force recruitment film for U-2 and TR-1 reconnaissance jet pilots. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: usaf, aviation, u2, tr-1, reconnaissance
Meritorious Unit Citation Badge worn for a short time by airmen in the United States Air Force on their lower right sleeve between the cuff and the elbow. This was later replaced by a framed blue silk ribbon in a gold frame of oak leaves. These are quite uncommon and hard to find to add to a collection along with the gold plated USAF buttons and other short-lived insignia and uniforms. Topics: Meritorious_Unit_Citation, M.U.C., United_States_Air_Force, U.S.A.F., USAF
The public domain tracks and description of the album "Discoveries" by the USAF Band of Liberty. http://www.bandofliberty.af.mil/recordings/index.asp Topics: usaf band of liberty, till eugenspiel, richard strauss, puerto rico
My wife has died and I am in the process of losing everything. Here is a video in which I discuss all the horrible things happening to me. Topics: dead wife, usaf, disabled, vet, veteran, widower, bankrupt, fibromyalgia
Pardon my newbness, but podcast 101 is up for your ear holes. Current events, what I'm playing, #PAXEast, where are you? All these things and more can be found falling out of my mouth-hole here! www.gi-gamer.com Topics: military, podcast, USAF, USMC, NAVY, USCG, DoD, ARMY, gaming, community
byHolley, I. B. (Irving Brinton), 1919-; United States. Army Air Forces
CONTENTS I. HERITAGE OF WORLD WAR I, 1918-1929 1 II. EVOLUTION OF THE OBSERVATION AIRPLANE, 1929-1937 11 III. THE OBSERVATION AIRPLANES IN USE, 1927-1937 29 IV. LIGHTER-THAN-AIR EXPERIMENTS AND AUT0GYRO, 1930-1940 36 V. LIGHT PLANES AND SLOW PLANES, 1929-1938 50 VI. THE 0-49, FIRST OF THE LIAISON AIRPLAYS, 1938-1940 62 VII. LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE EUROPEAN WAR AND FROM MANEUVERS, 1940-1941 78 VIII. THE LIAISON TYPE IS RECOGNIZED, 1942-1944 100 IX. SUMMARY 113 GLOSSARY 1 118 BIBLIOGRAPHY 120... Topics: USAF historical studies, Airplanes, Military -- United States, Combat liaison airplanes
Project CHECO was established in 1962 to document and analyze air operations in Southeast Asia. Over the years the meaning ofthe acronym changed several times to reflect the escalation of operations: Current Historical Evaluation of CounterinsurgencyOperations, Contemporary Historical Evaluation of Combat Operations and Contemporary Historical Examination of CurrentOperations. Project CHECO and other U. S. Air Force Historical study programs provided the Air Force with timely and... Topics: checo papers, se asia, usaf, vietnam war, counterinsurgency, coin operations
The story of Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, home of the U.S.A.A.F. Material Command, and during WWII the largest aeronautical research center in the world. This WWII film shows the various ways Material Command assists in the design, production and testing of military aircraft and components. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base's origins begin with the establishment of Wilbur Wright Field on 22 May and McCook Field in November 1917, both established by the Army Air Service as World War I... Topics: Wilbur Wright Field, 1917, World War 2, USAF
You'll be on board with the world famous Thunderbirds in a spectacular behind-the-scenes demonstration of action, timing, and skill. Experience the heart-stopping starburst maneuver as you become part of the precision teamwork and professionalism that is the United States Air Force. Prepare for the aerial survival training with the ground and flight crews of "Red Flag." You meet a "bandit" in the solitude of space over the Nevada desert and become "combat... Topics: Top Gun Jets, Plus Jets, USAF, Airforce, Air Force
30-minute weekly radio program for March 1, 2011. An interesting look at the interplay among four major themes of this radio series: propaganda, the nation-state, organized religion, and war. A few great World-War-Two propaganda songs are played and then analyzed, notably "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition." "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" is analyzed, showing it to be the worst blood-soaked militaristic blasphemy imaginable. (They let *children* listen to this??) A... Topics: military, war, chaplain, sky pilot, World War II, propaganda, USAF Academy, Battle Hymn of the...
Made in 1965 by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, this rare film discusses the design of SNAP-10A, an experimental nuclear reactor launched into space in 1965. The Systems Nuclear Auxiliary Power Program (SNAP) reactor was developed under the SNAPSHOT program overseen by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.SNAP-10A was launched from Vandenberg AFB by an ATLAS Agena D rocket on April 3, 1965 into a polar low Earth orbit altitude of approx. 1,300 km. Its nuclear electrical source, made up of... Topics: NASA, Nuclear power, Agena Rocket, Vanderburg Air Force, USAF, Atomic energy, Nuclear Reactor,...
FedEx Aircraft on dangerous collision heading with what appears to be two (2) tankers. Vertical separation under 2,000 feet. "... FedEx 5034 with request" "... FedEx 5034 is requesting flight level '340' (34,000 feet)" Second tanker on collision heading... FedEx 5034 descends to 34,000 feet only to discover a third tanker at that altitude. Conclusion: tankers were operating at civilian altitude with transponder off. The control tower had no idea the Air Force tankers existed... Topics: ghost planes, chemtrails, scie chimiche, geoingegneria, geoengineering, transponder off, usaf,...
This history traces the usage of- and meaning given to- the terms "roles and missions" relating to the armed forces and particularly to the United States Air Force from 1903 to the mid-1990s. For more great declassified/unclassified records and books, check out The Black Vault at http://www.theblackvault.com Topics: Air Force, USAF, United States Air Force, history, declassified, mission, missions
Government audio from the October 7, 1965 UFO incident at Edwards Air Force Base, California. Topics: UFOs, US Air Force, USAF, UFO, Paranormal, Unidentified Flying Objects, Conspiracy Theory, Art Bell
Air power and warfare: the proceedings of the 8th Military History Symposium, United States Air Force Academy, 18-20 October 1978. For more declassified/unclassified texts, visit: http://www.theblackvault.com Topics: air force, USAF, united states air force, air superiority, avation, military history, military,...